Your search found 24 testing locations. Most of these New Hampshire test centers are located inside high schools, community colleges or universities, among which you can pick one to take the ACT exam. Please know that on the test day, test takers can use any 4-function, scientific, or graphing calculator. The following is a full list of test centers for ACT exam in New Hampshire by city.
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ACT Testing Centers in New Hampshire by City
|#||City||Center Name||Center Code|
|2||Bow||Bow High School||217460|
|3||Claremont||Stevens High School||214950|
|4||Concord||Concord High School||201270|
|5||Concord||Saint Paul’s School||220280|
|6||Dover||St Thomas Aquinas High School||223310|
|7||Dublin||Dublin Christian Academy||192740|
|9||Exeter||Exeter High School||238260|
|10||Hampton||Winnacunnet High School||203910|
|11||Hudson||Alvirne High School||206900|
|12||Kingston||Sanborn Regional High School||239710|
|13||Laconia||Laconia Middle School||232320|
|14||Manchester||Manchester Memorial High Sch||215980|
|15||Manchester||Manchester Memorial High Sch||215981|
|16||Manchester||Trinity High School||237630|
|17||Meriden||Kimball Union Academy||168070|
|18||Nashua||Nashua High School South||232610|
|19||New Hampton||New Hampton School||153120|
|20||Newmarket||Newmarket Jr/Sr High School||242290|
|21||Peterborough||Contoocook Valley Regional Hs||203940|
|22||Plymouth||Plymouth State University||025180|
2019-2020 ACT Test Dates in New Hampshire
Not sure on which dates you can take the ACT exam in 2019 and 2020? The following chart offers up-to-date information on recent ACT exam dates and registration deadlines for the 2019-2020 school year in New Hampshire.
|Test Date||Registration Deadline|
|February 9, 2019||January 11, 2019|
|April 13, 2019||March 8, 2019|
|June 8, 2019||May 3, 2019|
|July 13, 2019||June 14, 2019|
|September 14, 2019||August 16, 2019|
|October 26, 2019||September 20, 2019|
|December 14, 2019||November 8, 2019|
|February 8, 2020||January 10, 2020|
|April 4, 2020||February 28, 2020|
|June 13, 2020||May 8, 2020|
|July 18, 2020||June 19, 2020|
Almost immediately, McCain became a kind of “celebrity” in Vietnam. In the first days of captivity, many famous Vietnamese came to look at him and talk to him, from generals to writers. The newspaper Nhân Dân, the mouthpiece of the Vietnamese Communist Party, published an “interview” with a “pirate pilot” on November 9, 1967 who “admired Vietnam’s air defense”, saying that “the spirit of the Vietnamese people extremely high” and “the United States is isolated”. Around the same time, McCain was interviewed by French TV reporter Francois Chalais.). For several minutes, he spoke to McCain lying in a hospital bed, finally asking him what he would like to convey to the family. Clearly in great pain, McCain said at the time: “I just wanted to say…my wife…I’ll get better…I love her.”
The requirements of American charters allowed captured soldiers to give only their name, rank, number and date of birth. It is obvious that in reality it was impossible to limit ourselves to this. McCain later regretted giving the Vietnamese his squadron, the ship it was based on, and some other information. At the same time, trying not to give out really important information, he named cities that had already been bombed as targets for future operations, and cited the names of attackers from the Green Bay Packers football team as the names of his fellow pilots.
In early December 1967, McCain was transferred to a POW camp located on the outskirts of Hanoi and known to Americans as “The Plantation”. The conditions in it were somewhat better than in other places of detention, since the “Plantation” was used by the Vietnamese for propaganda purposes (in particular, films about American prisoners of war were shot here, showing a “humane” attitude towards them). For several months McCain was in a cell with two other Americans, in March 1968 he was placed in solitary confinement, in which he spent two years. From time to time, some of the American servicemen held in the Plantation were released and released to their homeland. The conditions for such a release were obligatory positive reviews about the conditions of captivity and about Vietnam in general. John McCain (given his special position and the increased attention of the press to his fate), the Vietnamese also offered to return home, but he refused, saying that he would agree only when all the Americans who were captured before him were released. The Vietnamese, who had high hopes for propaganda from McCain, were extremely dissatisfied with his refusal. “Now you will feel very bad,” the head of the camp told the American. For several months, McCain was left alone, but at the end of the summer they again began to force him to “interview”, this time by torture. For several days in a row, the prisoner was severely beaten every few hours, and at intervals left tied up in a painful position. After four days of torment and two suicide attempts, McCain signed and taped ” John deliberately used grammatically incorrect language to at least in this way show that he was acting under pressure. The Vietnamese then “held” McCain’s recording, using it almost a year later, in the summer of 1969, when the United States began an active campaign aimed at improving the conditions for American prisoners of war. John deliberately used grammatically incorrect language to at least in this way show that he was acting under pressure. The Vietnamese then “held” McCain’s recording, using it almost a year later, in the summer of 1969, when the United States began an active campaign aimed at improving the conditions for American prisoners of war.
In December 1969, McCain was transferred back to the Hanoi Hilton, and his solitary confinement ended in March 1970. Like other prisoners, he was transferred several times from place to place, until, finally, on March 14, 1973, he, along with other Americans, was released.